Friday, August 23, 2013

GMO Crops have increased the use of pesticides and herbicides rather than decreasing their usage!

According to Natural News, the next time you eat at a restaurant, buy processed foods from a grocery store or consume medicines that are not made out of the correct ingredients, there are high chances that you are actually consuming GMOs, or genetically modified organisms. You may be doing it unknowingly, but these components are playing havoc with your body and are slowly but surely altering your body's genes, which, in the long run, will result in chronic diseases and even death. Hence it is really important to cleanse your body at regular intervals so that you can minimize the damage caused. Psyllium husks, organic sulfur/MSM, probiotics, cascara sagrada/sacred bark and wild burdock root are five natural supplements that will help you detoxify your body and enjoy a healthy life.

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It seems all the positive things that were promised at the launch of GMOs way back in the year 1996 have reversed, to say the least. Instead of less use of pesticides and herbicides, their use has increased more than ever. A report published in Environmental Sciences Europe states that farmers are using more pesticides than ever and, sadly, this will continue as long as GMO crops are in use. The report, authored by Charles Benbrook, a research professor at the Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources at Washington State University (WSU), states that the nearly 404 million pounds of pesticides have increased since 1996, when GMOs were first introduced. Similarly, herbicide usage has also increased by more than 527 million pounds, which is in sharp contrast to the claims made by GMO promoters that say it will reduce the amount of pesticides and herbicides.

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